XList ENGN 0931

Internet of Everything

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Location: Barus & Holley 160
Meeting Time: TTh 6:40-8:00 p.m.
Exam Group: 12: 5/16/16 at 9:00 am
Semester: 2 (Spring)
Offered This Year?  Yes
When Offered? Every Year

Description

The Internet can be visualized as Internet of information, Internet of people, Internet of places and most importantly the Internet of "things." Internet of Everything includes these four paradigms. In this class, we will learn about how these four ideas can come together to make a difference in the world. We will study the underlying infrastructure that supports Internet, the TCP/IP model, addressing and routing. Experiments and projects in the class would include a tree on the Internet communicating with the sprinkler system only when it is thirsty. Privacy and ethical issues will also be addressed.

This course is being cross listed as ENGN0931. This course cannot count for computer science concentration credit.

CRN: 25383